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House there's a major development in the U. S. peace negotiations with the Taliban in Afghanistan CBS news Cammy McCormick has the latest defense secretary mark esper made the announcement after meeting NATO allies in Brussels the United States and the Taliban have negotiated a proposal for a seven day reduction in violence asked of seven days is long enough to trust the Taliban it is our view that the US seven days for now is sufficient but in all things are pro choice this process will be conditions based a reduction in violence is seen as a first step toward a permanent peace deal to end the war Cammy McCormick CBS news the